RDM lets you define custom data views for chosen hierarchies and categories. It also allows you to adjust templates for displaying record details in particular tables. The data lifecycle can be controlled by workflows consisting of conditions, custom validations, enrichments, and notifications.


Create your own hierarchical model using the dedicated RDM Designer environment.


Set attribute-level permissions to grant access only to relevant users in your organization.


Make your own SQL validations for any existing column in your system.


RDM maintains consistent reference data across all departments and systems in your organization. It enables browsing, changing, creating, and deleting existing data. Most importantly, it keeps your data up to date, valid, and available to all relevant users.


Start by importing data using regular text or XLS files. Easily export data for use in other applications.


Do you have large amounts of data? Filter it to focus only on the parts you want to work with.


Publish all changes on a record level. The history of modifications will be always available for a review.


RDM keeps complete history of your reference data and activity carried out by the application (such as synchronization with systems) and particular users, making it possible to easily review all changes. Any desired action can trigger an email notification sent to you and your team.


Use the “All History” mode to review all changes you have ever made to your reference data.


Set up email notifications to stay informed about important changes and updates.